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Translation of "myself" - English-Turkish dictionary

myself

pronoun     /maɪˈself/
REFLEXIVE
A2 the reflexive form of the pronouns 'me' or 'I' kendimi, kendime I've bought myself a new coat. I looked at myself in the mirror.Reflexive forms
EMPHASIZE
B2 used to emphasize the pronoun 'I', especially when the speaker wants to talk about their actions and not someone else's kendim, bizzat kendim I'll tell her myself. Jack always drinks red wine but I prefer white myself.Personal pronouns
(all) by myself
A2 alone or without anyone else's help tek başıma, bizzat kendim/şahsım, yalnız I live by myself in a small flat. Mummy, I got dressed all by myself.Unaided and working alone
(all) to myself
for my use only kendime, sadece kendim için, tek başıma, şahsî kullanıma I'll have the flat all to myself this weekend.ExcludingParticular and individual
(Definition of myself from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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